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Edwards delivers eulogy at Burrell's funeral

Posted 3/6/2009 in College Sports

 

 

Shockwave rallied to win short-course title

Posted 3/6/2009 in Local Sports

 

 

Sulligent High School baseball will play host to Blue Devil Classic

Posted 3/5/2009 in High School Sports

When the Sulligent High School baseball team plays host to its annual Blue Devil Classic, the event will have the look of a Lamar County tournament. Sulligent will play host to the tournament that includes county rivals Lamar County and South Lamar as well as to Phil Campbell on Friday and Saturday.

 

 

MSU women take on South Carolina at SEC tournament

Posted 3/5/2009 in College Sports

The second season begins today. All season, the Mississippi State women’s basketball team has talked about living up to its expectations and potential and earning a return trip to the NCAA tournament. Starting at 9 tonight, sixth-seeded MSU can take the first step toward guaranteeing its goal when it takes on 11th-seeded South Carolina in the first round of the Southeastern Conference tournament at Alltel Arena in North Little Rock, Ark.

 

 

MSU baseball will try to avoid distractions in Hawaii

Posted 3/5/2009 in College Sports

Hawaii won’t be all fun and games for the Mississippi State Bulldogs if they don’t playing good baseball. MSU coach John Cohen wants his team to have a good time, but he hopes it takes the baseball side of the trip seriously when it plays a four-game series against the University of Hawaii.

 

 

Mullen suspends defensive back Langston

Posted 3/5/2009 in College Sports

Mississippi State defensive back Maurice Langston will have to wait a little longer to make a difference on the football field. MSU football coach Dan Mullen has suspended Langston indefinitely for an undisclosed violation of team rules. The move comes on the heels of Langston’s arrest Saturday night in Hattiesburg.

 

 

MSU's bench come through in victory against Florida

Posted 3/5/2009 in College Sports

STARKVILLE — The Mississippi State men’s basketball team needed an emotional effort Wednesday night. After MSU coach Rick Stansbury said his team played “with no passion” for the first time this season in a loss to Auburn on Saturday, he was satisfied with his team’s performance Wednesday night in an 80-71 victory against the Florida Gators at Humphrey Coliseum.

 

 

Long has learned patience behind wheel

Posted 3/5/2009 in Local Sports

Reed Long used to be like a lot of fans who sit in the stands at Columbus Speedway and Magnolia Motor Speedway. Long would sit and watch the races with friends and would think to himself, “I can do that. How difficult can it be to race a car?” That question is part of the reason Long, 31, of Columbus, finally left the stands and climbed into a race car.

 

 

White credited with keeping Ole Miss men afloat

Posted 3/4/2009 in College Sports

University of Mississippi men’s basketball coach Andy Kennedy knows his team would not be where it is if not for freshman point guard Terrico White. White’s emergence has helped the Rebels overcome three season-ending injuries and has kept them out of the bottom of the Southeastern Conference Western Division instead of Arkansas, tonight’s opponent at Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville, Ark.

 

 

Boyd excels in sport he almost didn't play

Posted 3/4/2009 in College Sports

When Russ Boyd was a freshman at Millsaps College, he contemplated playing basketball and not baseball. The only problem was he was recruited to Millsaps to play baseball. Boyd, a 2005 graduate of New Hope High School, played basketball and baseball that first season at Millsaps, but he since has focused on baseball.

 

 

MSU's Bost will get defensive test vs. Florida

Posted 3/4/2009 in College Sports

STARKVILLE –– Mississippi State freshman point guard Dee Bost will have his defensive skills tested again tonight. Bost has chased some of the best point guards in the Southeastern Conference this season, including South Carolina’s Devan Downey and Arkansas’ Courtney Fortson. Another one comes along at 7 tonight when MSU plays host to Nick Calathes and the Florida Gators in a SEC game at Humphrey Coliseum.

 

 

MSU's Rack named first-team All-SEC

Posted 3/4/2009 in College Sports

Mississippi State women’s basketball coach Sharon Fanning smiles as she flips through her players’ goal sheets. The pages bring back memories of what players have listed as their team and individual goals and how they want to realize those dreams. Going back nearly three years, Fanning comes to a sheet for then freshman Alexis Rack dated Sept. 11, 2006.

 

 

American Bass Anglers event set for Columbus on Saturday

Posted 3/4/2009 in Local Sports

Robert Harmon doesn’t have as much time to fish as he would like. As a criminal investigator for the sheriff’s office in Chickasaw County, Harmon needs to be available at a moment’s notice, so planning leisure time can be difficult. This weekend, though, Harmon hopes to take a break from his full-time work as an investigator to a different kind of searching. Harmon hopes his time will be well spent Saturday when he competes in the American Bass Anglers district tournament in Columbus.

 

 

Hard work in cage has helped West Lowndes' Stowers improve

Posted 3/3/2009 in High School Sports

Ryan Stowers used to be like a lot of high school baseball players. Some players can hit home runs in practice or in a scrimmage, but hitting one in a game is the real deal.

 

 

No. 1 Raymond ends Aberdeen's season

Posted 3/3/2009 in High School Sports

JACKSON — The sigh said it all. Jameika Hoskins walked the length of the Aberdeen bench with her back turned as Raymond’s Valencia McFarland went to the free-throw line. The Aberdeen junior standout took a breath, exhaled, and shook her head, not wanting to turn to face the clock and the prospect the Lady Bulldogs’ season was nearly over.

 

 

Auburn will try to keep rolling against Alabama

Posted 3/3/2009 in College Sports

The Auburn men’s basketball team has moved into second place in the Southeastern Conference Western Division standings. With two games left in the regular season, the Tigers still have to look over their shoulder at the rival Alabama Crimson Tide.

 

 

SEC men's teams try to gain solid footing on NCAA bubble

Posted 3/3/2009 in College Sports

This is the time of the year when the phrase “on the bubble” is used quite a bit in college basketball. Teams are trying to move into the best position possible to make the NCAA tournament in a couple of weeks.

 

 

NCAA changes MSU-Nicholls State game to no contest

Posted 3/3/2009 in College Sports

STARKVILLE — Can a baseball game be declared “snowed out” even when most of the white stuff had melted by the scheduled start time? Apparently, the Nicholls State Colonels thought so, and the NCAA agreed.

 

 

Johnson thankful for chance at MSU

Posted 3/3/2009 in College Sports

STARKVILLE — An opportunity was all Brian Johnson could ask for, and the Mississippi State Bulldogs were happy to give it to him. After having three knee surgeries to repair a torn lateral meniscus before his college career began, Johnson wasn’t sure he would see the court again.

 

 

Aberdeen has task of playing No. 1 Raymond

Posted 3/2/2009 in High School Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — From Kayla Robinson’s perspective, the Aberdeen High School girls basketball team will have its work cut out for it at 8 tonight when it takes on Raymond in the Class 3A Mississippi High School Activities Association Cellular South State Basketball Championships at Mississippi Coliseum. The Lady Rangers are ranked No. 1 in Class 3A and are riding a state-best 24-game winning streak.

 

 

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